Integrating SuccessFactors with SAPBuchvon Venki KrishnamoorthyEAN: 9781493211852Einband: GebundenSprache: EnglischSeiten: 551Maße: 237 x 184 x 40 mmAutor: Venki Krishnamoorthy, Donna Leong-Cohen, Prashanth Padmanabhan, Chinni Reddygari und Vishnu Ka
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Integrating SuccessFactors with SAP: Venki Krishnamoorthy, Donna Leong-Cohen, Prashanth Padmanabhan, Chinni Reddygari, Vishnu Kandi
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SAP ERP modules are notoriously hard to configure and use effectively without a lot of practice and experience. But as SAP ERP Financial Accounting and Controlling : Configuration and Use Management shows, it doesnt have to be so difficult. The book takes a systematic approach that leads SAP Financial Accounting and Controlling (FICO) users step by step through configuring and using all the program’s facets. This approach makes configuration complexities manageable. The book’s author—SAP expert, trainer, and accountant Andrew Okungbowa—ensures that both you and your end users are up and running quickly and confidently with FICO. He also provides sound and tested procedures that ensure your implementation works without error. SAP ERP Financial Accounting and Controlling : Configuration and Use Management is in fact the most comprehensive and easy-to-follow SAP FICO configuration book in the market. It incorporates a hands-on approach, with hundreds of screen shots and practical examples, that allows a person without prior configuration training to make SAP FICO ready for use in the enterprise. You’ll find that you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to grasp the concepts explained and apply them to your work—even when the finances are complicated, such as with the ins and outs of taxes, currency conversions, or special general ledger entries such as down payments or bills of exchange. Providing an in-depth coverage of both configuration and end user procedures, the book covers most aspects of the SAP FICO certification syllabus—SAP’s view of the module’s key tasks and procedures—including: Configuring and using the general ledger and accounts payable and receivable screens Configuring and completing closing procedures, asset accounting, and financial reporting Configuring global settings and enterprise variables Accounting for both profit and cost centers Creating a house bank Integrating FICO with other SAP modules Taking a jargon-free tone and providing an abundance of examples, Andrew Okungbowa provides a clear understanding of configuration techniques and the breadth of functionalities encompassed by SAP FICO. And as an accountant, Okungbowa understands the needs of end users as well as of those answering to the CIO. Andrew Okungbowa is an accountant, an expert in SAP FICO, and a trainer. He is currently SAP FICO senior functional consultant for Centrica PLC in the UK, specializing in the energy industry.
This book explores coordination within and between teams in the context of large-scale agile software development, providing readers a deeper understanding of how coordinated action between teams is achieved in multiteam systems. An exploratory multiple case study with five multiteam systems and a total of 66 interviewees from development teams at SAP SE is presented and analyzed. In addition, the book explores stereotypes of coordination in large-scale agile settings and shares new perspectives on integrating conditions for coordination. No previous study has researched this topic with a similar data set, consisting of insights from professional software development teams. As such, the book will be of interest to all researchers and practitioners whose work involves software product development across several teams. Alexander Scheerer is an Agile Coach and Scrum Master at SAP,SE, Germany. He received his PhD from the University of Mannheim, Germany. His research interest lies in large-scale agile software development with multiple teams.
Gain a strong foundation of core WSO2 ESB concepts and acquire a proven set of guidelines designed to get you started with WSO2 ESB quickly and efficiently. This book focuses on the various enterprises integration capabilities of WSO2 ESB along with a broad range of examples that you can try out. From beginning to the end, Beginning WSO2 ESB effectively guides you in gradually building expertise in enterprise integration with WSO2 ESB for your SOA infrastructure. Nowadays successful enterprises rely heavily on how well the underlying software applications and services work together to produce a unified business functionality. This enterprise integration is facilitated by an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). This book provides comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of the WSO2 ESB and its capabilities, through real-world enterprise integration use cases. What Youll Learn Get started with WSO2 ESB Discover message processing techniques with WSO2 ESB Integrate REST and SOAP services Use enterprise messaging techniques: JMS, AMQP, MQTT Manage file-based integration and integrate with proprietary systems such as SAP Extend and administrate WSO2 ESB Who This Book Is For: All levels of IT professionals from developers to integration architects who are interested in using WSO2 ESB for their SOA infrastructure. Kasun Indrasiri is a software architect at WSO2 Inc., and the product lead for WSO2 ESB. He is an elected member of the Apache Software Foundation and a Project Management Committee member and committer for the Apache Synapse open source ESB project. His expertise lies on Enterprise Integration, designing Highly Efficient Message Processing Systems, Complex Event Processing, Distributed Systems and Information Retrieval Systems. Kasun has provided technology consulting on numerous customer engagements, helping to successfully design and implement solutions for integrating Web Services, SAP Integration, FIX and various other integration solutions. Kasun is proficient in Java and C/C++ development and he was also a contributor in Apache Axis2/C and Apache Rampart/C projects. He was a speaker at WSO2 Con 2011, WSO2 Con 2013/2014 London, WSO2Con 2013/2014/2015 San Fancisco and WSO2Con 2014 Barcelona. Kasun holds a BSc Engineering degree in computer science and engineering from the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka and a masters degree in Software Architecture from the same university.
This book, edited by four of the leaders of the National Science Foundations Global Environment and Network Innovations (GENI) project, gives the reader a tour of the history, architecture, future, and applications of GENI. Built over the past decade by hundreds of leading computer scientists and engineers, GENI is a nationwide network used daily by thousands of computer scientists to explore the next Cloud and Internet and the applications and services they enable, which will transform our communities and our lives. Since by design it runs on existing computing and networking equipment and over the standard commodity Internet, it is poised for explosive growth and transformational impact over the next five years. Over 70 of the builders of GENI have contributed to present its development, architecture, and implementation, both as a standalone US project and as a federated peer with similar projects worldwide, forming the core of a worldwide network. Applications and services enabled by GENI, from smarter cities to intensive collaboration to immersive education, are discussed. The book also explores the concepts and technologies that transform the Internet from a shared transport network to a collection of slices -- private, on-the-fly application-specific nationwide networks with guarantees of privacy and responsiveness. The reader will learn the motivation for building GENI and the experience of its precursor infrastructures, the architecture and implementation of the GENI infrastructure, its deployment across the United States and worldwide, the new network applications and services enabled by and running on the GENI infrastructure, and its international collaborations and extensions. This book is useful for academics in the networking and distributed systems areas, Chief Information Officers in the academic, private, and government sectors, and network and information architects. Rick McGeer is a Principal Investigator with the Communications Design Group at SAP Labs, Chief Scientist at US Ignite, and an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at the University of Victoria. He earned a PhD in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1989. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Member of the ACM. He is the author of over 100 papers in the fields of networking, distributed systems, programming language design, formal verification, timing analysis and logic design. He is the author of Integrating Functional and Temporal Analysis of Logic Circuits. Mark Berman is Vice President for Technology Development at Raytheon BBN Technologies and GENI Project Director. Mark works with the GENI community, which spans dozens of universities, government and industry partners, to ensure that GENI is well designed, technically feasible, and satisfies its research requirements. Marks research interests are in the area of complex distributed systems and their usability. He has twice (1966, 2006) been named Times Person of the Year (shared). Chip Elliott is Chief Scientist at Raytheon BBN Technologies, an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth College, and a Fellow of the AAAS, ACM, and IEEE. He served as the first GENI Project Director. Robert Ricci is a Research Assistant Professor in the School of Computing at the University of Utah, and one of the directors of the Flux Research Group. He earned a PhD from the University of Utah in 2010, and an Honors BS from Utah in 2001. His research interests are in the fields of systems and networking, and much of his energy has gone into creating top-quality experimental environments. He has worked in a diverse set of areas including distributed systems, combinatorial optimization, security, networking, simulation, and embedded systems. He has been a primary architect and implementor of Emulab and follow-on systems such as ProtoGENI and CloudLab since 2000.